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Trekking in Dehradun

Dehradun Trekking Packages

Duration Price
Brahmatal Trek, Uttarakhand6 days & 5 nights
INR 5,999
Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand5 days & 4 nights
INR 6,490
Har Ki Dun Trek, Uttarakhand7 days & 6 nights
INR 10,900
Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand2 days & 1 night
INR 2,299
Dodital Trek Uttarakhand6 days & 5 nights
INR 9,000
Dayara Bugyal Trek Uttarakhand4 days & 3 nights
INR 5,500
Roopkund Trek in Uttarakhand8 days & 7 nights
INR 13,850
Panwali Kantha Trek, Uttarakhand4 days & 3 nights
INR 9,015
Chakrata Trek 2024 Uttarakhand4 days & 3 nights
INR 4,999
Kalindi Khal Trek, Uttarakhand15 days & 14 nights
INR 83,800
Premium Kedarkantha Winter Trek Uttarakhand 20246 days & 5 nights
INR 9,750
Dayara Bugyal Trek, Uttarakhand4 days & 3 nights
INR 5,500

Har ki Dun Trek, Nag Tibba Trek, Kedarkantha Trek, Prashar Lake Trek, Dayara Bugyal Trek, Rupin Pass Trek, Rishikesh Trek, Chakrata Trek, Dodital Trek, Gaumukh Trek, and many more.

Dehradun is the starting point for many beautiful hiking routes in India. Situated in Uttarakhand, which is frequently referred as the "Land of Gods," this area offers hikers a variety of trekking choices. With its wide range of terrain and stunning scenery, Dehradun is still one of the best places to start most hikes. Trekking in Dehradun suits all tastes, be it an exhilarating challenge or just a desire for beautiful scenery. With its broad span of steep paths and spectacular vistas, Dehradun has plenty to offer every type of trekker. 

Nag Tibba is one of the most famous treks in Dehradun, as it offers beautiful views and trails that are less challenging for first-timers. It has a wide view of snow-covered hills and lush green valleys. Another famous walk is the Har Ki Dun trek, which goes through old villages, dense forests, and beautiful meadows. Along with stunning views of the Himalayan hills, the trek gives you a taste of the area's rich culture and traditions. If you are someone who likes to take risks, then try the Kedarkantha trek. It has difficult trails through dense woods and snow-covered ground. 

On trekking tours in Dehradun, you can see the Himalayas and local plants and animals up close. With its colourful flower fields and rushing waterfalls, the Valley of Flowers trek is also a nature lover's dream. So book your trekking adventure now. From experienced trekkers to first-timers, this Himalayan paradise has something fun and interesting for everyone.

Here are some of the best treks in Dehradun:

1. Har ki Dun Trek:

Perched at the foothills of Fateh Parvat, at an elevation of around 11,700 feet above sea level, Har ki Dun trek is one of the most unexplored Dehradun trekking sites. Known for its mythological significance, Har ki Dun is considered to be sacred and denoted as the “Valley of Gods”. Encompassed by dense forests and charming peaks, the Har ki Dun trek takes the hikers to Yamunotri and Haridwar and lets them enjoy the air of serenity and spirituality. The trek also offers rewarding views of Kala Nag, Osla, Bandarpunch, and Mori peaks.

Difficulty Level: Moderate 

Duration: 7 days 6 nights

2. Nag Tibba Trek:

With its base camp at Pantwari, Nag Tibba Trek is one of the best trekking places in Dehradun, which is highly recommended for novice trekkers. Considered to be the loftiest peak in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal region, this trek is perched at an altitude of around 3,020 meters above sea level. The summit of the Nag Tibba Trek is known to offer mesmerizing views of Nanda Devi on the east and the Dhauladhar range on the west.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 2 days 1 night

3. Kedarkantha Trek:

Offering easy terrains and stunning campsites, the Kedarkantha Trek is one of the most loved treks in Dehradun. The weather in this region, however, remains cold, requiring the trekkers to come prepared with heavy woolen garments. You will enjoy one of the best experiences of the Kedarkantha Trek when you camp at Juda ka talab, which remains partially or fully frozen during the winter season. The trail takes the trekkers through enthralling pine forests and shimmering streams and leads them to an elevation of around 3,810 meters above sea level.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 6 days 5 nights

4. Prashar Lake Trek:

Passing through scintillating rivulets and intriguing forests, the Prashar Lake Trek is tucked amidst the mighty Dhauladhar ranges. Taking you through a number of quaint villages, this trek lets you interact with the locals and learn about their culture and lifestyle. Offering an amalgamation of steep and gradual ascents, this trek leads the trekkers to an altitude of around 8,900 feet above sea level. At its summit, the trek offers 180-degree bewildering views of the peaks of Kinnaur, Pir Panjal, and Dhauladhar mountain ranges.

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

Duration: 2 days 1 night

5. Dayara Bugyal Trek:

Packed with breathtaking alpine meadows, the Dayara Bugyal Trek is considered to be one of the most beautiful Dehradun trekking sites. Passing through charming Rhododendron, oak, maple, and pine forests, this trek is best done during the winter season, when the snowfall is at its peak and the weather is enjoyably cold. Done by beginners as well as experienced trekkers, the Dayara Bugyal Trek offers unparalleled panoramic views of Bandarpoonch, Bhagirathi, Jaonli, and Shrikanth peaks.

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate 

Duration: 7 days 6 nights

6. Rupin Pass Trek:

With its base camp at Dhaula, the photogenic Rupin Pass Trek passes through snow bridges, verdant valleys, cascading waterfalls, and glacial meadows to ultimately reach an elevation of around 15,279 meters above sea level. In the course of their trekking journey to Rupin Pass, the trekkers can explore a number of postcard-perfect villages and deep pine forests. They can also spot the azure blue Rupin river flowing along the scenic trail and adding a charm to the rich natural beauty.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to Easy

Duration: 8 days 7 nights

7. Rishikesh Trek:

Passing through the enchanting Rajaji National Park and a plethora of unexplored photogenic waterfalls, the Rishikesh Trek is a real treat for the eyes. Trekking their way up to deeply forested areas, the trekkers will get a chance to spot numerous small and big falls, such as Neer Garh Waterfall, Phool Chatti Waterfall, and Garud Chatti waterfall. The Rishikesh Trek can be done all year round by novice as well as seasoned trekkers.

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

Duration: 2 days 1 night

8. Chakrata Trek:

Nestled at an altitude of around 7,000 feet above sea level, the alluring Chakrata Trek is a year-round trekking destination. Offering surprises at every step, this trek is packed with a number of popular attractions, including Tiger Falls, Budher Caves, and Chimiri. Usually done over a duration of 2 to 3 days, the trek also offers the adventure enthusiasts excellent camping opportunities. Furthermore, the Chakrata Trek is also known for offering the most enchanting sunset views.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 4 days 3 nights

9. Dodital Trek:

Offering a significantly easy trail, the Dodital Trek finds its way through thick forests of towering rhododendron, pine, and oak trees. This astounding trek takes the trekkers to an altitude of about 3310 meters above sea level, where they will spot the picturesque Dodi Lake, which is packed with the famous Himalayan Golden Mahseer fish. Another prime attraction of the Dodital Lake is the age-old Lord Ganesha temple, which lies near the lake and is believed to be the birthplace of the god.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 6 days 5 nights

10. Gaumukh Trek:

Gaumukh Tapovan Trek is known popularly for offering stunning views of Mt. Shivling from its base to its summit. Lying in the Greater Himalayas, this 46 kilometers trek leads the hikers to a height of around 14,202 feet above sea level and is done over a duration of about 6 to 7 days. Some of the prime attractions of the Gaumukh Trek include the Gamukh glacier and the stunning views of the Bhagirathi sisters.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to difficult 

Duration: 9 days 8 nights

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Which are the best treks to do in Dehradun?

1. Har ki Dun Trek: Perched at the foothills of Fateh Parvat, at the elevation of around 11,700 feet above sea level, Har ki Dun trek is one of the most unexplored Dehradun trekking sites. Known for its mythological significance, Har ki Dun is considered to be sacred and denoted as the “Valley of Gods”.

Encompassed by dense forests and charming peaks, the Har ki Dun trek takes the hikers to Yamunotri and Haridwar and lets them enjoy the air of serenity and spirituality. The trek also offers rewarding views of Kala Nag, Osla, Bandarpunch, and Mori peaks.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Duration: 7 days 6 nights

2. Nag Tibba Trek: With its base camp at Pantwari, Nag Tibba Trek is one of the best trekking places in Dehradun, which is highly recommended for novice trekkers. Considered to be the loftiest peak in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal region, this trek is perched at an altitude of around 3,020 meters above sea level.

The summit of the Nag Tibba Trek is known to offer mesmerizing views of Nanda Devi on the east and Dhauladhar range on the west.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 2 days 1 night

3. Kedarkantha Trek: Offering easy terrains and stunning campsites, the Kedarkantha Trek is one of the most loved treks in Dehradun. The weather in this region, however, remains cold, requiring the trekkers to come prepared with heavy woolen garments. You will enjoy one of the best experiences of the Kedarkantha Trek when you camp at Juda ka talab, which remains partially or fully frozen during the winter season.

The trail takes the trekkers through enthralling pine forests and shimmering streams and leads them to an elevation of around 3,810 meters above sea level.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 6 days 5 nights

4. Prashar Lake Trek: Passing through scintillating rivulets and intriguing forests, the Prashar Lake Trek is tucked amidst the mighty Dhauladhar ranges. Taking you through a number of quaint villages, this trek lets you interact with the locals and learn about their culture and lifestyle.

Offering an amalgamation of steep and gradual ascents, this trek leads the trekkers to an altitude of around 8,900 feet above sea level. At its summit, the trek offers 180 degrees bewildering views of the peaks of Kinnaur, Pir Panjal, and Dhauladhar mountain ranges.

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

Duration: 2 days 1 night

5. Dayara Bugyal Trek: Packed with breathtaking alpine meadows, the Dayara Bugyal Trek is considered to be one of the most beautiful Dehradun trekking sites. Passing through charming Rhododendron, oak, maple, and pine forests, this trek is best done during the winter season, when the snowfall is at its peak and the weather is enjoyably cold.

Done by beginners as well as experienced trekkers, the Dayara Bugyal Trek offers unparalleled panoramic views of Bandarpoonch, Bhagirathi, Jaonli, and Shrikanth peaks.

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

Duration: 7 days 6 nights

6. Rupin Pass Trek: With its base camp at Dhaula, the photogenic Rupin Pass Trek passes through snow bridges, verdant valleys, cascading waterfalls, and glacial meadows to ultimately reach an elevation of around 15,279 meters above sea level. In the course of their trekking journey to Rupin Pass, the trekkers can explore a number of postcard-perfect villages and deep pine forests.

They can also spot the azure blue Rupin river flowing along the scenic trail and adding a charm to the rich natural beauty.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to Easy

Duration: 8 days 7 nights

7. Rishikesh Trek: Passing through the enchanting Rajaji National Park and a plethora of unexplored photogenic waterfalls, the Rishikesh Trek is a real treat for the eyes. Trekking their way up to deeply forested areas, the trekkers will get a chance to spot numerous small and big falls, such as Neer Garh Waterfall, Phool Chatti Waterfall, and Garud Chatti waterfall.

The Rishikesh Trek can be done all year round by novice as well as seasoned trekkers.

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

Duration: 2 days 1 night

8. Chakrata Trek: Nestled at an altitude of around 7,000 feet above sea level, the alluring Chakrata Trek is a year-round trekking destination. Offering surprises at every step, this trek is packed with a number of popular attractions, including Tiger Falls, Budher Caves, and Chimiri.

Usually done over a duration of 2 to 3 days, the trek also offers the adventure enthusiasts excellent camping opportunities. Furthermore, the Chakrata Trek is also known for offering the most enchanting sunset views.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 4 days 3 nights

9. Dodital Trek: Offering a significantly easy trail, the Dodital Trek finds its way through thick forests of towering rhododendron, pine, and oak trees. This astounding trek takes the trekkers to an altitude of about 3310 meters above sea level, where they will spot the picturesque Dodi Lake, which is packed with the famous Himalayan Golden Mahseer fish.

Another prime attraction of the Dodital Lake is the age-old Lord Ganesha temple, which lies near the lake and is believed to be the birthplace of the god.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 6 days 5 nights

10. Gaumukh Trek: Gaumukh Tapovan Trek is known popularly for offering stunning views of Mt. Shivling from its base to its summit. Lying in the Greater Himalayas, this 46 kilometers trek leads the hikers to a height of around 14,202 feet above sea level and is done over a duration of about 6 to 7 days.

Some of the prime attractions of the Gaumukh Trek include the Gamukh glacier and the stunning views of the Bhagirathi sisters.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to difficult

Duration: 9 days 8 nights

Which are the best summer treks in Dehradun?

1. Gangotri - Gaumukh Trek: Taking the trekkers to an altitude of about 4,328 meters above sea level, the 7 days Gangotri - Gaumukh Trek offers awe-inspiring panoramic views of Mt. Meru, Sudarshan Parbat, and Mt. Shivling, against the clear skies of the summer season.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to difficult

2. Kalindikhal Trek: Perched at an altitude of around 5,946 meters above sea level, the Kalindikhal Trek is one of the longest and challenging Dehradun trekking places. During the summers, the trek offers unobstructed views of Chandra Parvat, Mt. Satopanth, Mt. Bhagirath, Mt. Vasuki.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

3. Satopanth Lake Trek: The Satopanth Lake Trek takes you to the serene Satopanth Lake, which exhibits a shiny emerald appearance during the summer season. This 8 days trek passes through cascading waterfalls and goes up to a height of about 4330 meters.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to difficult

4. Milam Glacier Trek: Passing through lush meadows and verdant valleys, Milam Glacier Trek offers breathtaking panoramic views of Mt. Trishul and Nanda Devi. On a sunny day, you can also spot the picturesque Panchachulli peaks.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

5. Kedar Tal Trek: The challenging Kedar Tal Trek offers rewarding views of dreamy mountains, including Manda Parvat, Thalay Sagar, Jogin, and Bhrigu Path.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Which are the best Winter treks in Dehradun?

1. Chopta Chandrashila Deoria Tal TrekLying at an altitude of about 3,950 meters above sea level, the Chopta Chandrashila Deoriatal Trek offers snowy terrains in the winter and passes through the Deoriatal Lake before ending at the Chandrashila peak.

Difficulty Level: Easy

2. Kuari Pass TrekAlso known as Curzon Trail, the Kuari Pass trek is one of the most popular winter treks near Dehradun. Passing through Oak and Rhododendron forests, this trek offers panoramic views of the snow-clad Nandadevi, Neelkanth, and Kamath peaks.

Difficulty Level: Easy

3. Roopkund TrekKnown for its natural beauty, the Roopkund trek is one of the challenging winter treks near Dehradun. This trek will take you to a height of about 5029 meters, where you’ll find the mysterious Roopkund Lake.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to difficult

4. Brahma Tal TrekThe BrahmaTal Trek gets covered with a carpet of snow during the winters and offers breathtaking views of the snow-clad peaks of Nanda Ghunti and Mt. Trishul.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

5. Dhakuri Trek: Covered with thick snow at the peak, Dhakuri trek offers the best winter trekking in Dehradun, especially to mountain lovers who want to see the snowfall.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Which are the weekend treks in Dehradun?

1. Tibba Trek: Lying at an altitude of around 3,025 meters above sea level, Nag Tibba Trek is one of the most popular Dehradun treks. Open round the year, this trek offers mesmerizing views of Bandarpoonch peak, Gangotri peaks, and Doon Valley.

Difficulty Level: Easy

2. Dhanaulti TrekPerched at a height of about 2,286 meters above sea level, Dhanaulti Trek is known to offer unparalleled panoramic views of the stunning Garhwal Himalayan range.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

3. Kartik Swami Trek: Passing through rhododendron forests, Kartikswami Trek takes you to the age-old Kartikswami Temple. This trek also lets you spot the snow-covered peaks of Bandar Punch, Neelkanth, Nanda Devi, Dronagiri, & Trishul.

Difficulty Level: Easy

4. Dayara Bugyal Trek: If you are having a long weekend, especially during the winters, head for Dayara Bugyal trekking in Dehradun. Passing through dense forests and lush meadows, this trek will take you to a height of around 3,800 meters above sea level.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

5. Dodital Trek: One of the most recommended weekend treks in Dehradun that can be done by beginners as well as seasoned trekkers is the Dodital Trek. This 22 kilometers long trek takes you to an altitude of about 4,150 meters, through tranquil environs.

Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate

When is the best time for trekking in Dehradun?

The most ideal time for trekking in Dehradun is during the winter and summer season. March to June are considered to be the best time. It is only during the monsoons that the Dehradun trekking places should be avoided as they turn slippery due to the frequent downpours.

How can I reach Dehradun? How far is it from Delhi?

You can reach Dehradun:

By Air: You can take a flight from any major domestic destination and reach Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun.

By Rail: You can board a train and reach Dehradun Railway Station from any major city of India, including Delhi, Varanasi, Kolkata, Vadodara, Mumbai, and Lucknow.

By Road: Dehradun is conveniently connected to the prime cities of India through well-maintained roads via NH 72. Both normal and deluxe buses run everyday from ISBT Kasmiri Gate, Delhi to Dehradun.

Dehradun is located at an approximate distance of around 255.9 kilometers from Delhi. It usually takes the travelers about 5 hours and 15 minutes to reach Dehradun from Delhi via Upper Ganga Canal road.

Is it safe to do trekking in Dehradun?

Yes, it is very safe to enjoy trekking in Dehradun as there are trails for every type of trekker and the guides help you through them. However, it is important that you pay heed to your guide or group leader, do not try any new route unless you’re sure about the same, and do not over do.

Is it safe for a solo female to trek in Dehradun?

Yes, Dehradun trekking is absolutely safe for the solo female trekkers. The treks in and around Dehradun are very famous and are packed with avid hikers throughout the way. Hence, you can always request help, in case of any trouble. However, it is advised to follow the tried and tested routes and avoid trekking after sunset.

Which are the easiest trek in Dehradun?

1. George Everest Peak Trek: Starting from Mussoorie, the George Everest Peak Trek is one of the simplest trekking places in Dehradun. It offers beautiful views of the Himalayas and the Dehradun valley and is suitable for beginners.

2. Landour-Lal Tibba Trek: The Landour-Lal Tibba Trek in Dehradun gives you beautiful views of Mussoorie and the Himalayas. Short and easy, it's perfect for a relaxing trek in beautiful nature.

3. Kipling Trail trek: Named due to Rudyard Kipling's stories, this route for trekking in Dehradun takes you through stunning woods and hills. It's perfect for people who love both nature and books.

4. Nag Tibba Trek: The Nag Tibba trek takes you through ridges and dense forests. It is a great trek for beginners and offers 100-degree views of Himalayan ranges like Swargrohini.

5. Nag Thatch trek: Nag Thatch trek is a short and easy Dehradun trekking route that offers views of the Garhwal Himalayas. Both experienced trekkers and beginners can set out on this 2.5-kilometer route.

What are the most difficult treks in Uttarakhand?

1. Kedarkantha trek: This winter trek of Dehradun is about 20 kilometers long and takes about 5 days to finish. It starts at Sankri village and treats you to snowy, breathtaking panoramas of the Himalayas. 

2. Gaumukh Tapovan Trek: This 46-kilometer Gaumukh Tapovan Trek in the Greater Himalayas takes about 6 to 7 days. It takes you to a height of about 14,202 feet above sea level.

3. Satopanth Lake Trek: The Satopanth Lake Trek leads to the peaceful Satopanth Lake. At about 4330 meters above sea level, this 8-day trekking in Dehradun expedition goes through waterfalls.

4. Kalindikhal Trek: One of the hardest and longest trekking places in Dehradun is the Kalindikhal Trek. It is situated at a height of around 5,946 meters. This trek provides unhindered views of Mt. Satopanth and Mt. Bhagirath in the summer.

5. Kedar Tal Trek: The Kedar Tal Trek is one of the most difficult Dehradun treks; however, it rewards hikers with beautiful views. You get to see mountains like Thalay Sagar, Jogin Manda Parvat, and Bhrigu Path on this trek.

Why is Har ki Dun Trek so famous?

Har Ki Dun is extremely famous as a beautiful, scenic river valley trail in the country. You will be amazed by the variety of plants and animals, the huge landscapes, the small towns tucked into the mountains, and the huge, open meadows. The trail continues along the beautiful Supin River, crossing clear-water streams that flow through beautiful Garhwali towns.

How difficult is Kedarkantha Trek?

The Kedarkantha trek is great for first-timers because it is a moderately easy hike. The trail goes around in a circle and is 12,500 feet high. First-timers can enjoy the trail because it has a mix of short climbs and descents. Along the route, you'll find plenty of water sources, including lush streams.

What will be the cost for trekking in Dehradun?

The cost of trekking in Dehradun Uttarakhand starts at INR 2299 per person. This cost includes accommodation in homestays, camps, and guest houses, vegetarian meals, staff insurance, and trekking equipment. Other major inclusions in the cost may also include entry fees and necessary permits, as well as guides and medical kits.

Can we trek in December in Dehradun?

Yes, we can go trekking in Dehradun in December. There are beautiful landscapes and clear skies. Temperatures are much lower which also add to the overall winter adventure. If the snow-capped mountains appeal to you, this is the ideal time for you to experience the elegance of nature.

What all things I must carry while going for trekking in Dehradun?

The most important things to carry for your trekking tour in Dehradun are listed below:

- Trekking Gears
- Trekking shoes
- Trekking pole
- Head torch
- Backpack
- Sleeping bag
- First aid kit
- Medicines for cold, fever, and altitude sickness
- Bandaids
- Antiseptic cream
- ORS
- Toiletries
- Toothbrush & toothpaste
- Napkins and wipes
- Face, hand, and body wash
- Body lotion & moisturizer
- Electronic gadgets
- Mobile phone
- Universal adapter
- Camera
- Powerbank
- Eatables
- Energy bars
- Dry fruits
- Ready to cook items
- Clothing
- T-shirts and trekking pants
- Thermal inners
- Padded jacket
- Poncho
- Woollen caps and scarf
- Accessories
- Water bottles
- Sunglasses

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Reviewed: 30 Jun 2022
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Before to start my journey actually Solo 🥰, I was so nervous, how I'll manage everything, but Thrillophilia has managed well, team was so supportive, food was beyond my expectations....I Love to explore more with Thrillophilia...Thanks to helping me on my first trek...we enjoyed, we explored, we ha... Read More
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Reviewed: 15 Jul 2022
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One of my best and most memorable experience in trek. Awesome crew members along with our comrades. Always supportive at every point. Food was very good too better than expected. Overall 5/5
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Reviewed: 04 Jul 2022
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It was a mesmerizing trip which everyone should experience because to live in the nature at its best is the most positive vibe you can get. This also challenges your endurance and gives you high spirits once you will complete this trip. The beauty cannot be justified by crayons or any words you just... Read More
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Z Shabir
Reviewed: 13 Nov 2018
5.0/5
To tell the truth, we started this trek with many doubts and inhibitions. Especially since we had 2 children aged 7 & 8 who had done only single day treks till date. Our trek leader Makkhan Singh gave us a complete overview of what we could expect but nothing prepared us for the unadulterated natura... Read More
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Sanjay Kumar Gond
Reviewed: 05 Jul 2019
5.0/5
Hi All, I took Har Ki Dun trek, booked via Thirllophila. The operator made all the arrangements. Though I was travelling Solo, I was surrounded with company of good locals and other fellow trekkers, all heading towards Har Ki Dun. It was 07 days trek & was a awesomely memorable journey. I really enj... Read More
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Reviewed: 06 Dec 2019
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I booked the Har Ki Dun Trek through Thrilloplilia for November 24 to November 30. Its been the most incredible trek of my life. The trek operators are professionals & took very good care of us. The camps & food was awesome mostly. The guides were responsible & cooperative & knew their role. On ... Read More
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